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Local dev environment localhost:8080 issue

Thread began 11/21/2009 11:45 am by Les Crowley | Last modified 11/23/2009 1:24 pm by Justin Nemeth | 1531 views | 1 replies |

Les CrowleyBeta Tester

Local dev environment localhost:8080 issue

I'm trying to incorporate PowerGallery into a website inside it's own directory called gallery - on my local IIS server I'm using Localhost:8080 (note the port number).

When I preview the gallery (in admin) it's not picking up the port number so the preview page fails to display the images.

It's picking up the port everywhere else because it's defined in the site definition.

Is there a place where I can change this to pick up the port so it displays correctly?

Thanks for any help on this.

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Justin Nemeth

Hey Les,

Try editing the mediarss.php file - replace line 26 with this:

$url_prefix .= $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] . ':' . $_SERVER['SERVER_PORT'];

That should force it to put :8080 in your case. Also note, this changed shouldn't be needed when its run on your live server.


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